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45X LED Portable Pocket Magnifier Microscope

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Are you really looking for a pocket 45X Microscope? Now, you can stop here! We are pleased to offer for sale this 45X LED Portable Pocket Magnifier Microscope for you.This Pocket Magnifier features 45x power and 2 LED lights. This Portable 45X Microscope is perfect for your pocket or purse and is new from our inventory. The 45X LED Microscope is both versatile and easy to use with the ability to magnify objects. With extras like focus stop for slide protection, adjustable tilt and spring clips, this 45X Pocket Magnifier is a fine instrument for most home science work. This 45x mini pocket microscope magnifier has high magnification and discernment that ordinary magnifying glass have not. Bright LED light of the magnifying glass provides enough light at any dim conditions. The Pocket Magnifier is fit for electronic engineers, hobbyists, collectors, scientists and students etc.Do not miss this 45X LED portable pocket magnifier microscope!
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  • Specifications:

    • This LED Microscope features transmitted illumination
    • This 45X Microscope is coarse adjustment focusing
    • This Pocket Microscope is professional quality at a student price
    • This 45X pocket microscope has turret-mounted achromatic objectives, fine and coarse rack-and-pinion focus and substage diaphragm light control, and a metal frame
    • This Pocket Magnifier is ideal for general medical applications, industrial use, hobbyists/ collectors and educational purposes
    • This 45X Pocket Magnifier makes studying plant and insect samples easy and fun for the whole family
    • Total Magnification: 45X
    • Eyepiece Directly Observable Range: 0-7mm/0-0.2in
    • Strabismus Can be Observed of the Scope Eyepiece: 0-11mm/0-0.4in
    • Color: Silver


    Legrowth 45X LED Portable Pocket Magnifier Microscope

    • This 45X pocket microscope has turret-mounted achromatic objectives, fine and coarse rack-and-pinion focus and substage diaphragm light control, and a metal frame

    Pocket Magnifier

    • The 45X LED Microscope is both versatile and easy to use with the ability to magnify objects, it features transmitted illumination

    Pocket Microscope

    • This 45X Microscope has bright LED light of the magnifying glass which provides enough light at any dim conditions

    LED Microscope

    • This Portable 45X Microscope is perfect for your pocket or purse and is new from our inventory

    45X Microscop

    • This Pocket Magnifier is ideal for general medical applications, industrial use, hobbyists/ collectors and educational purposes

    Legrowth 45X LED Portable Pocket Magnifier Microscope
    Pocket Magnifier

    • This 45X Pocket Magnifier makes studying plant and insect samples easy and fun for the whole family

    How Do Telescopes and Microscopes Magnify?

    With the invention of the telescope, mankind has been able to see deep into space with continuous new insights into how the universe works. The microscope has provided humanity with the ability to discover the function of minute aspects of cells and DNA strands.
    The main component for both instruments is the lens. This simple idea is a curved piece of material that you can see through. The lens is either concave or convex. This discovery is still influencing science.

    • Lenses
    • The lens has a long history, even referred to by Roman philosophers Pliny the Elder and Seneca in the first century AD. They were called both magnifying glasses and burning glasses because the lens was used to concentrate sun ray's to start fires.
    • The clear object is curved on either one side or both in a concave or convex fashion. Concave is thicker at the edges and thinner in the middle, which makes an object look smaller. Convex is the opposite; thinner on the outer edges and thicker in the middle, which makes an object look bigger by focusing the light in one place.
    • The light coming through the lens is refracted or bent as is passes through the lens.
    • Telescope History:
    • Although Galileo is commonly credited with inventing the telescope, it was actually Hans Lippershey, a Dutchman in approximately 1608 who discovered that by using two lenses separated from each other that an object was seemingly closer.
    • Galileo took this idea and developed his own version. Galileo then became renowned for his use of the this device. He looked to the stars with his creation and discovered amazing objects like the rings around the planet Saturn. His most important scientific discovery from the use of his new looking device was to confirm a theory of Nicholas Copernicus that the stars and heavenly bodies did not rotate around the earth, but around the sun.
    • Another inventor, Johannes Kepler modified Galileo's device by changing the concave lens used by Galileo to a convex lens with an additional prism. This allowed for a wider viewing angle.
    • Microscope History:
    • The simple lens or burning glasses mentioned by the Romans had a slight magnification. People used these lenses to better view tiny insects, especially the common flea and the magnifying lenses became known as flea glasses.
    • In 1590, Zaccharias and Janssen, spectacle lens makers put lenses inside a tube. They discovered that objects at the end of the tube were enlarged greatly. To add to this important discovery, Anthony Leeuwenhoek began experimenting with lens size and curvature. The rounder the lens, the more magnification. He eventually reached a magnification of 270 times normal.
    • His work led him to look at objects that had so far been too small for the human eye. He looked at blood cells, bacteria, yeast and tiny animals and plants in water.
    • Lens Function
    • The telescope is a fairly simple device---one or more lenses positioned within a tube that collects light via a convex lens (objective lens or mirror). The light redirects or refracts the light to the focal point, usually by a prism (second multi-faceted lens), which creates the impression that the object is close.
    • The microscope also has a simple lens alignment to produce the magnified effect. The objective, a convex lens located at the bottom of the microscope magnifies and refracts the object's image up the microscope tube to the top convex lens and further magnifies it. A compound microscope uses two lenses. One lens creates and enlarges the image, and the second lens further magnifies the first image.
    • The Future
    • The creations of both the microscope and telescope have opened up the scientific world. Telescopes are now enormous and are looking deep into space. For microscopes, the discovery has opened up the micro world of atoms, atomic and sub-atomic theories.
    • These two powerful tools of the scientific community no doubt will provide many more discoveries whether at the end of the universe or the sub-atomic level.

    Package Included:

    • 1 x 45X LED Portable Pocket Magnifier Microscope

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08:30:08 01-26-2012 Pocket magnifier Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I got this small magnifier to spark the imagination of a 10 year old insect mad young lady. It is brilliant. Indeed, it is so good I will get one for myself for my orchid viewing. Small, cheap,and as good as needed for field work.

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00:00:00 02-15-2011 If it's a toy, it's for grownups Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: This tiny LED Microscope is NOT a toy for kids and I do not consider it to be a toy at all but a useful and handy scientific instrument. It's very small with lots small parts and bright LED light. The pouch that comes with it makes it even easier to carry in a pocket, purse or backpack. <br/> <br/>Taking a few minutes to learn how to adjust the focus of the optics pays off.

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00:00:00 02-09-2011 Awesome!, Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I bought this for my 8 year old scientist and she loves it! For under $6 this little microscope has opened up a whole new world for her. She chose the review title "Awesome!". Viewed objects are crystal clear and beautifully lit with a very bright double led light. It is made of a plastic material but seems sturdy. The light assembly is on a hinge, so it can be angled, which is very handy. It is smaller than I imagined but this is actually good because it allows you to get into tight spots to explore. I like it so much I'm going to order more, one for myself, one for my Dad, one for my older daughter, and a few for my little scientists class at school. For the price I was half expecting to be disappointed but have found a little treasure.

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00:00:00 01-20-2011 Fun with science Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: This little Pocket Microscope is a lot of fun. It isn't quite 45x but tons of fun. I used it with my iPhone and was able to zoom in further and take picks.

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00:00:00 01-05-2011 Not a toy!!!!!! Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: This little beauty is not a toy!! Yes, it is not made of metal and may get crushed, but, and that is a very large but; it is a very useful tool! I use it in my hobby of resharpening edged tools. It has an eye relief, the distance that one may see properly through it of about 4 inches between it and the eye, and a distance of about 1 inch from it to the object looked at. The LED lighting is top rate and its angle to the main 'scope may be adjusted to better illuminate the object viewed. It is a very handy and easily operated/used magnifier. There are many suppliers.

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00:00:00 12-22-2010 Small but convenient Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: This Pocket Magnifier is rather small to worry missing. This magnification and brightness are enough. I'm using this toy for my job to magnify small electronics. It's very convenient !!

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00:00:00 12-08-2010 "Excellect Microscope" Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: This 45X Microscope is small. The led lights are bright. Great megnification. Can't beat the price and the free shipping.

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Robert Jordan

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00:00:00 11-22-2010 Awesome little scope Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I'm a biologist and I bought a couple of these to take outside and look at certain parts of plants. I didn't want to spend a lot of money on something that I'd probably end up breaking or losing. So far I'm happy with my choice. The scope is TINY. Smaller than I was expecting, but in a good way. The magnification is nowhere near 45x, probably closer to 20x. That being said, it provides all the magnification I need and the LED light is extremely useful. Durability-wise, it feels a bit flimsy (made of plastic, not metal, made in China) but it's held up to a couple weeks sharing a pocket with a camera and cellphone. <br/> <br/> <br/>Overall, this is a small, cheap scope. It's definitely worth the money, especially if you're like me and tend to lose and break things.

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Robert C. Babcock

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00:00:00 11-10-2010 Pleasantly surprised Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: Given the very low price of this 'scope I must say I'm pleasantly surprised! The Mini is very, very compact yet clear and powerful. In a lot of ways this is easier to use and more effective than my 10X Belomo loupe that cost nearly ten times as much. Much of this has to do with the very powerful LED illuminators; what a great feature. Powerful light, focused on the precise spot you need it. Okay, this 'scope isn't perfect- for $5 how could it be? I would like to see a little better switch for the light. As it is it sometimes takes a bit of wiggling of the switch to get it to work. I would gladly pay $20 for an identically-designed but more robust version of the SE Mini. For the price it's hard to fault. One final comment: I have no idea how close this comes to 45x magnification. My feeling is that it's maybe half that, perhaps slightly less. It seems that the manufacturers of cheap 'scopes and loupes simply pick a number out of the air. Again, not a big issue for the price. <br/> <br/>As an FYI I bought this 'scope to view the edge of a knife blade while sharpening. It works well for that purpose.

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